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- Using iSCSI In Oracle Linux…Internet Small Computer System Interface (iSCSI) is an IP-based standard for connecting storage devices. iSCSI uses IP networks to encapsulate SCSI commands, allowing data to
- Tuning OCFS2 Using Mounted.OCFS2 & Debugfs.ocfs2 Commands….Use the mounted.ocfs2 command to detect and list all OCFS2 volumes. This command scans all devices in /proc/partitions. The following example lists all OCFS2 devices:
- Tuning OCFS2 Volumes….Use the tunefs.ocfs2 command to change file system parameters. You can change all parameters except block size and cluster size. The options for tunefs.ocfs2 are
- Mounting OCFS2 Volumes….Use the mount and umount commands to mount and unmount an OCFS2 volume, as you would with any other type of file system. The following
- Using mkfs.ocfs2 Utility….Use the mkfs.ocfs2 command to create an OCFS2 volume on a device. You cannot use this utility to overwrite an existing volume that is mounted